There’s no denying that we’re eager for more FBI: Most Wanted after the dramatic conclusion to Season 2. Let’s start with the good news that FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 is officially occurring. When CBS renewed FBI for a fourth season earlier this year, the program received a renewal as well. Another spin-off, FBI: International, is apparently on the way, as we’ve heard.
The stunning sequence of events in the season two finale brought the show’s second season to a close. Sarah’s ex-boyfriend showed up armed with a pistol. Both Jess and Kenny were there, giving them the opportunity to contact 9-1-1 and help defuse the situation. After all, Sarah was in the home with Tali, and Jess would go to great lengths to keep his daughter safe.
We ended the episode with Jess and Kenny advancing on the home, weapons drawn. After that, there were three gunshots. And no one knows who or where the assailant was who fired the bullets. Finding out what’s going on will take time. Here’s everything we know thus far about FBI: Most Wanted Season 3.
FBI: Most Wanted’ Season 3 – Updates on Release Date
While a release date hasn’t been announced, we do know that FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 will air in the autumn. The show will continue to air every Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET on CBS. Tuesdays are dedicated to the three different FBI specials.
FBI: Most Wanted’ Season 3 – Updates on Casting Members
Julian McMahon as Jess LaCroix is almost certainly coming back. We can’t see him getting killed off by the conclusion of Season 2. While this doesn’t rule out the possibility of an injury to him, his continued participation on the squad seems unlikely. Also, we don’t see Kellan Lutz as Kenny Crosby departing the series. There’s also a good chance these things will happen again:
- Roxy Sternberg as Sheryll Barnes
- Keisha Castle-Hughes as Hana Gibson
- Miguel Gomez as Ivan Ortiz
Nathaniel Arcand, who plays Clinton Skye, is one of the members of the cast about whom I have concerns. Clinton has been gone for the whole of Season 2, and it’s possible that some of his other projects have conflicted with FBI: Most Wanted to owe to the pandemic delays. If what he’s been doing has been a temporary assignment rather than a departure from the squad, we should expect to see him return in Season 3.
FBI: Most Wanted’ Season 3 – What to expect from the plotline?
The majority of the season will be similar to the previous two. To catch someone on the Most Wanted list, we have a crew that goes out every week to investigate new cases. The Season 2 conclusion left us with a lot of unanswered questions. This season’s debut will most likely begin with an explanation for what transpired. It’s possible that the narrative will operate in such a manner that the destinies of a few characters remain unclear.